Don’t Go Chasin’ Coupons
If you’re like us, you love to check out the sale rack at your local convenience store. You know, the one in the back filled with horse shampoo, DVD boxed sets of “Joey: The Complete Second Season”, and tickets to Fyre Festival. Gets us every time, and we don’t even have a horse.
Instead of buying a dented can of fruit cocktail this weekend, use this code to get $2 off brand new pasta, top-of-the-line pizza, or mint condition pad thai on the app that can spot a deal.*
Want another coupon? Just tweet this and we’ll give you a bonus code: “I’d eat food from @Eat24 in a box, with a fox, in a house, and with a mouse. #Ad”
You’re the to cheddar our cheese.
*This is the fine print. It’s not called fine print because it has luscious, natural curls and curves. It’s called fine print because the print is, in fact, small. The fine print is here to tell you things that the Royal We are “legally” required to say (unlike the fact that you look beautiful with a face full of cheese fries, which we aren’t legally required to say, but we do anyway because we love you). Fine print doesn’t care what language you speak because fine print only understands legalese. It talks about breaches, briefs and “responsible parties”, but it sucks all the fun out of those words. Also, no idea why it calls itself “print” instead of just “text” or “words,” but that’s just another example of its snobbery. We here at Yelp Eat24 like to have fun with our fine print and offer it to you as a sweet and savory supplement to your delicious email. So without further ado, have a taste of our Fine Print: This $2 coupon expires on Sunday, March 19th 2017 at 11:59PM PST. You must have a Yelp Eat24 account to use our code, which can only be used once on an order with a total over $10 before tax and tip when paying with Credit Card, Apple Pay, Android Pay, or PayPal. The coupon is valid only on Eat24.com or the Yelp Eat24 app There. You did it. You squinted your eyes and made it all the way to the end. And for that we love you more than 1,987,546 slices of Hawaiian Pizza. Take that, laws!